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Electrical Engineer
Job CategoryMA - Electrical and/or Hardware Engineering
Clearance LevelEligible to Obtain
LocationMassachusetts, Lexington
Req Code17:BC-D4-025
  
Job Description
Solidus is searching for an Electrical or Radar Engineer to support a System Development team in the development and analysis of surveillance architectures that will span areas related to safe, efficient, and secure air traffic surveillance, situation assessment, and collision avoidance for conventional and unmanned aircraft.  The successful candidate will support analyses of proposed new sensors and in the development of the NSF, as well as support NAS Surveillance Framework (NSF) results to assess the impact of new surveillance systems on the National Airspace System (NAS) prior to actual operation in the NAS.  

Responsibilities:
- Participate in surveillance systems analyses, system modeling, simulation, and data analysis
- Support other NSF and ACAS X systems analysis and development personnel to assess the impacts of proposed new surveillance systems
- Specify models of surveillance systems for simulation
- Participate in the implementation and testing of the NSF
- Participate in test planning, data collection and flight test operations, as well as analysis and presentation of field test data
- The assignment includes module and system tests to ensure proper implementation

The successful candidate will join a group that conducts research on integrated sensing and decision support architectures for Air Traffic Control.  The group is currently performing research and development into the impact of new generations of secondary surveillance systems on the NAS) with two major approaches.  In the initial approach, the Project Team is analyzing system architecture, implementation, and operational use concepts to assess the impacts of proposed new systems on the NAS.  The results of this research are analyses used by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to determine the effects that the proposed new systems would have on the performance of already-deployed NAS systems.

The group is also developing a suite of simulation tools to assess the impact of new or modified systems on the National Airspace System in a high?fidelity simulated environment, called the NSF.  When complete, the NSF will include software models of all surveillance elements of the NAS, as well as the safety systems that operate in that surveillance environment.  The NSF will be used to assess new systems impacts quantitatively in a secure simulation environment.

Requirements:
- US Citizenship and the ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance
- MS in Electrical Engineering or physics with a minimum of three years of directly related experience 
- Or BS in EE or physics with a minimum of five years of directly related experience

Experience in the following:
- MATLAB and Java/C++ 
- Secondary (beacon) surveillance system architecture and design
- Digital signal processing and target tracking
- Automatic dependent surveillance - broadcast (ADS-B systems
- Airborne collision avoidance systems
- Specifying, developing, and verifying models and simulations
- Specifying and developing real-time surveillance data processing and visualization tools
- Specifying computer systems architecture and design for real-time data collection and archiving
- General knowledge in the fields of electro-magnetic theory, probability theory and software development
- Ability to analyze operational problems in detail and to develop deployable solutions

A highly successful candidate will have the following special skills:
- Familiarity with air traffic surveillance and control
- Analysis script development in MATLAB
- Familiarity with parallel processing and inter-process communication
- Design and coding using object-oriented programming languages such as java and C/C++
- Developing, debugging, and executing software in Windows and Linux environments
- Source code and version control management, with revision control systems such as SVN or Git
- Agile software engineering process

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